Melbourne Airport


Experience Melbourne’s culinary delights, without leaving the airport

Jul 22, 2016

Melbourne has long been hailed the must-visit foodie destination of Australia. For those who like to indulge in a little decadence, there are many iconic dining and drinking venues.

Our lucky travellers too can start and finish a holiday or business trip at Melbourne Airport with beautiful food and a full range of beverages.


An iconic contributor to Melbourne’s coffee culture, Brunetti serves its authentic Italian coffee at Terminal 4, made by passionate and experienced baristas. Be tempted by Brunetti’s Italian sweets and desserts. A truly European experience, you’ll also find handmade pasta, fresh paninis and perfectly cooked pizzas on the menu.

Two Johns Tap House

Named after the two Johns that claimed to have founded Melbourne, Two Johns Taphouse is a friendly local pub in the heart of Melbourne Airport T4. Providing ‘pub grub’ with local flair, if you want to watch a live sports game or relax in the beer-garden, Two Johns Tap House is the destination of choice. Victorian brews are on tap, with the likes of Melbourne Bitter, Fat Yak Pale Ale and 150 Lashes flowing.

Showcasing the best products from the region, Icons at Terminal 4 provides a taste of the many flavours from the likes of the Yarra Valley and Mornington Peninsula. Stocking the finest wines and gourmet treats, Icons will tantalise your tastebuds.

Bar Pulpo by Movida

Bar Pulpo by Movida at Terminal 2 is a popular off-shoot of Frank Camorra’s iconic brand of restaurants dotted throughout Melbourne’s CBD. Quench your thirst on Moritz beer and dine on spiced chicken escabache tapa or slowly braised beef cheek in Pedro Ximenez on cauliflower puree. 

Café Vue

Owner of Café Vue, Shannon Bennett, is one of the country’s most celebrated chefs. Visit his restaurant at T2 and enjoy a croque-monsieur, croissant, soup du jour or lemon tart. In a hurry? Visit Café Vue Express, also at T2, and grab a signature take-away plane box that has been designed especially for travellers who want a little slice of fine dining on their flight.

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